CouchDB, DayBed, etc.
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Thu Aug 24 12:09:13 EDT 2017
> Daybed's built in local storage system is the save stack, works well
> on all platforms.
Have you considered LSON files (LiveCode encoded arrays)?
Where I used to use stack files for some storage options, I've been
migrating to LSON with two benefits:
- Being raw data outside of a stack object, I never need to think about
the IDE's limitation on stack names in memory.
- The syntax for working with the resulting variable is a tad simpler
than with object properties.
As a collection of nested key-value pairs it would seem LSON is a good
fit for CouchDB's way of working with data.
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